â‹The University of Minnesota is seeking a Neuropsychologist to join our expanding interdisciplinary team specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorder and related disorders. The Assistant Professor position involves a scholarly track including emphasis on research and grant writing, as well as providing supervision to trainees.
Provide psychological and neuropsychological assessment of children with suspected or previously diagnosed autism.
Experience with the ADOS and ADI-Rare required. Research reliability required on the ADOS and ADI-R.
Provide supportive communication with family members, school and other professionals involved in the child's care. Position entails executing in-depth evaluations, written and oral feedback to families, related providers, and schools regarding test results and recommendations for treatment and educational planning.
Participate in team conferences and provide consultative services on and off site.
Collaboratively work as a positive, constructive team member.
Focus is placed on intervention and assessment, as well as providing consultation to health practitioners and parents in regard to behavioral management and parent/child relationship issues.
Additional job activities include conducting various outreach activities for the medical professional community, and participating in weekly seminars and various other didactic experiences.
Ph.D. or a Psy.D. in clinical psychology, school psychology, or counseling psychology from an APA and/or CPA accredited program, internship training, and minimum 2 year post-doctoral training in pediatric neuropsychology is required.
â‹Applicant must be license-eligible in the state of Minnesota
Strong diagnostic skills required.
Excellent organizational skills, strong oral and written communication skills and computer proficiency are required.
This individual must be able to work independently and as a member of a team.
Internal Number: 338724
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